March 2020
He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge;
     his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart ."
- Psalm 91:4
The coronovirus pandemic has filled many of us with fear and uncertainty. But one thing we know for sure: God is still on the throne! We thought we would share this beautiful prayer our campus pastor in Ann Arbor wrote.

“Father, worry and fear are not of Your heart. 1 John 4 reminds us that perfect love casts out all fear, and we pray Your perfect love upon the hearts of all those who are burdened with fear of this virus. Lord, we know with no doubt that You are bigger than the threat of anything, especially illnesses. Please comfort those who are living in fear, please free them from the bondage that anxiety creates within. Remind them that You are still on the Throne and that You are still in control. Fully rain down the serenity that comes only from the Prince of Peace. Help those who are living in unease to trust You in this time so that in times to come we may rest assured that You will be faithful to be with us until the end of age. We rest at the Throne of the Almighty such fears and cast them upon You (1 Peter 5:7), for Your burden is Light and Your Yoke is easy (Matthew 11:30), and we know You cover us with Your wings (Psalm 91:4). We pray all of this in Jesus’ name, Amen.”

God bless you with His everlasting love.
Can you spare some time
for your alma mater?
We are in need of volunteers to share their passion about CUW by phone and at upcoming events. Please take a look below and let us know if you can help. Contact Jill Hermes, in the Office of Alumni Relations, or call 262-243-2008.  We look forward to your participation!
  • This is a critical time of year in our new student recruitment cycle! Due to COVID-19, our Admitted Student Day event in April had to be cancelled. We need 15-20 volunteers willing to call prospective student families that have expressed an intention to attend Concordia in the fall. The volunteers will share their enthusiasm for their Concordia experience through the call. Scripts and instruction will be provided.
  • 1 volunteer needed for each of the following Orientation Days - June 8, 12, 15, 22, 26 and August 7. Come represent your Alumni Association and connect with students and parents. (time TBD)
New bill extends similar GI bill benefits to Wisconsin’s private and independent colleges
After eight years of active duty in the U.S. Air Force, Moriah White is on her way to graduating with a double major in Social Work and Human Behavior and Development from CUW. She’s still sorting out what she wants to do with her degrees, but she knows she wants to empower families and children to find their way through tough situations; perhaps by starting her own non-profit or by working in a school setting. Thanks to a bill signed by Gov. Tony Evers, White, who will graduate in May 2021, will be able to go on to pursue her master’s (a requisite degree for most careers in the social work field) without landing herself in debt. Read more here .
Spanish certificate to give health care professionals leg up
A certificate in Spanish for health care professionals is being introduced by CUW so students can enhance their degree in one of the world's fastest growing foreign languages. This 15-credit certificate set to begin in the fall is being tailored so that graduates will be linguistically and culturally prepared to interact with Hispanic patients in their career. Read more here .
CUW prof highlighted for efforts to close the achievement gap
Concordia's Elliott Moeser, associate professor of education, is a lead voice for a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article that talks about how Milwaukee-area schools are trying to close the achievement gap separating groups of students. Click here to read more.
Alumna named superintendent
of schools in Illinois
Rachel Kinder, who received a certificate from CUW in 2019 and is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Education program, was recently named as the superintendent of schools for the Valley View School District in Illinois. To read more, click here.
Save the date for
Class of 1970 50th reunion
May 15-16
Have you received your save-the-date for your 50th reunion? Plans are underway to celebrate the Class of 1970 50th reunion, so mark your calendars for May 15 and 16. Join Gloria (Graham) Balgeman, Rosalyn (Metzger) Hammes and Al/Shirley Piepenbrink, who have already committed to being on your 50 th reunion committee. Click here for more information and to register.
We are the champions! #FalconPride
Concordia University Wisconsin is the NACC Men's Basketball Tournament Champions! Read all about it here .
Opportunities to Participate!
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Michelle "Mickie" Wagner
Senior Director of Alumni Relations
12800 N Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, WI 53097